The How To Tan A Hide Video covers the complete process of caping (skinning) a big game animal, fleshing (shaving down), and tanning in order to mount the cape for taxidermy purposes. Master Taxidermist Bill Atkins covers all the steps involved. The How To Tan A Hide Video goes well with the Elk, Mule Deer or Antelope Videos because they begin where this video ends. It is included in the Western Series Set.
As with all of the How To Taxidermy Videos, the How To Tan A Hide Video was recently filmed using quality materials and HD technology for the best possible quality. Bill explains and teaches each process, step-by-step. Excellent video for beginners! The How To Tan A Hide Video covers:
Each order includes a list of taxidermy supply companies and other resources to help a beginner get started learning how to do taxidermy.
One of the first steps in learning taxidermy is learning the process of How To Tan A Hide. There are options to preserve a hide other than a full tan, but it is important to know what your options are so you can choose the best way for to handle each project. At times, a full tan is truly the only way to preserve a hide for mounting.
Master Taxidermist Bill Atkins has 25 years in the field and is an excellent instructor for all areas of taxidermy. In the How To Tan A Hide Video he covers how to cape out the head, how to properly disinfect the hide to protect it from bacteria, the salting, pickling, neutralizing and finally the tanning process.
The How To Tan A Hide is a great companion video for either the Elk, Mule Deer or Antelope DVDs because they start where this video ends. When you order the Western Game Set, this video is included.
All DVDs were filmed with HD technology, in a professional studio with great close-ups to show extreme detail. These taxidermy instruction DVDs are the best way to learn taxidermy from home.
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